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Old photos of Wyong, New South Wales
 

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History of city Wyong, New South Wales in photos

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Geography: Wyong is a town of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, located approximately 63 km SSW of Newcastle and 89 km NNE of Sydney. Established in 1888, it is one of the two administrative centres for the Central Coast Council local government area. (Wiki)

Date of foundation: 1888

History: William Cape was the first European settler to settle in the area and bring cattle and sheep into the district, on a 1,000 acres (4 km2) land grant bordering Jilliby Creek in 1825.

Population: 3 632

Wyong. Bridge, between 1910 and 1915
Bridge, between 1910 and 1915
Wyong. Chapman and Sons Mercantile
Chapman and Sons Mercantile in Alison Street, 1901
Wyong. Commercial Bank
Commercial Bank
Wyong. General Sir Granville de Laune Ryrie
General Sir Granville de Laune Ryrie at the unveiling of the War Memorial, 1923
Wyong. Post and Telegraph Office
Post and Telegraph Office
Wyong. Railway Station
Railway Station
Wyong. Royal Hotel
'Royal Hotel' of Robert Gascoigne
Wyong. The Butter Factory
The Butter Factory on the Warner Estate, 1921
Wyong. The Pacific Highway
The Pacific Highway (previously known as Main Road), 1930
Wyong. The wharf on the Wyong River
The wharf on the Wyong River, between 1910 and 1915
Wyong. View of the train tracks
View of the train tracks an rail bridge, left is the road bridge and the Wyong River
Wyong township from School Hill
Wyong township from School Hill

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